So yesterday, I set out to take a picture of this outfit and never quite got there. Once I started messing around with settings, I ended up with a more arty-farty kinda thing where you actually, y’know, couldn’t see the clothes. Oopse. Chalk one up for the end of a very long work week. So instead of a blog post with the tone of someone who worked entirely too much this week, you get me post-cat bath. Yes, its true, we give our cats a bath twice a year. So here I sit with pruned and scratched up hands and two band-aids where our elder cat got me quite good during the panty-shave portion of our show. I suppose I’d be clawing at someone holding me down while they shaved my inner thighs and ass, too.
So as I was going to say, Gothicatz struck again with a fabulous outfit. I’m really digging her texture work as of late; the almost butter-soft leathers, the sheer fabrics you could sink your teeth into, the rips revealing a hint here and there. She’s also using mesh and prim work like everyone else- but hers definitely have one thing that a lot of others don’t: they’re understated. The outfit isn’t made good by the fact she’s using mesh- quite the contrary, they accentuate which is what they should do. The strength of her pieces is in the combination of excellent texture work and the added bonus of mesh to fit.
Once more, I haven’t had to adjust any of the prims- they fit right out of the package which is a major plus in my book. I’m not a gymslider queen or anything, but half the time the prims on outfits I get just don’t fit. Its a great day when I can, as it were, wash and wear.
Off to nurse my wounds and have a beer.
Happy Cinco de Mayo!
Hair: Audrey, CiC
Necklace: Gabriel, Achilleus
Shirt / Pants: Gothicatz, Insight
Boots: L&B Angeline Ankle Boot, Special Edition
Wrist Cuffs: Blitzed, Chorus and Legacy
Rings: ROzoregalia, Gemma